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Colts Next Head Coach Odds: Jeff Saturday the Strong Favorite

With the Colts' next head coach search still occurring, sportsbooks believe Jeff Saturday will land the head coach position. Kyle Newman is here to break down the Colts' next head coach odds.
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Colts Next Head Coach Odds: Jeff Saturday the Strong Favorite

The Colts are wrapping up their second round of interviews and may even go to a third round. However, the books believe it’s Jeff Saturday’s job to lose. The former interim head coach is the runaway favorite to land the permanent job.

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Saturday is given -175 odds, or an implied 63.6% chance to land the full-time job. His biggest competition is considered to be Raheem Morris, who’s given +375 odds or an implied 21.1% chance to land the job.

Shane Steichen and Wink Martindale are currently considered longshots to land the job with both being given +700 odds. That’s an implied 12.5% chance that either NFC East assistant lands the job.

It’s long been believed that Jim Irsay wants to hire Jeff Saturday for the job, but three rounds of interviews suggest that’s not a slam dunk. Still, it’s hard to ignore that Saturday is still in the running at this stage when he’s been backed by Irsay. It’s certainly possible that the Colts go in a different direction, but Saturday is the clear favorite for a reason.

Colts' Next Head Coach Odds

CoachOddsImplied chance
Jeff Saturday-17563.6%
Raheem Morris+37521.1%
Shane Steichen+70012.5%
Wink Martindale+70012.5%
Eric Bieniemy+16005.9%

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